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dating back, that the u.n. represent i have to syria describes cities that looks like cities of berlin back in 1945. he has 60,000 syrians dead and 700,000 refugees going up to million that can collapse jordan and lebanon. then you've got inside syria the rise of al-qaeda linked forces as part of that opposition. this is something that hillary clinton herself warned about a few days ago. by not stepping in, everyone agrees that say sad is going to go but we have not stepped in to shape the opposition and not only a viable force but a force that is valuable instead of al-qaeda linked. >> chris: but we don't know that necessarily they would topple assad or al-qaeda still wouldn't have a big role, but it raises the question. here you have panetta, dempsey, clinton, petraeus the entire national security team saying arm the rebels and the white house said no, why do you think not? >> and saudi arabia, britain, france and qatar they understood the importance. i think the president does not like to intervene in these kinds of things. i think also during an election he understood that the publ
cities in south africa protected by high walls, topped with barbed wire, electrified fencing, moppered by camera and armed patrols. gated community outside the city are island of hope for security. you can see through this massive fence but don't climb over it. high voltage. this is aimed to keep the criminals at bay. >> we are looking at the security. >> johannesburg resident is typical of many here. her house has been targeted twice by intruders and so she installed elaborate security systems, high-tech alarms and closed circuit tv. >> even though we live in a suburb that is close there is always the fear. the criminals come from outside. >> there are hundreds of thousands of robberies, burglaries and other crimes a year. the murder rate in south africa is over six times that of the u.s. why do people feel so endangered. >> the proximity. in a place like johannesburg, you have very poor people living close to wealthy people. >> no, you are not looking at a war zone, afghanistan. this is one of the leafier suburbs of south africa, and these folks are part of a swat team on many securi
. >> dana: cute. i remember that. okay. i'll go last. i got to go to oklahoma city. lovely people. they love "the five." they told me "relove the five, even bob" is what they would say. i got to go to the memorial. >> bob: i love oklahoma. at the cowboy museum it was great. i saw "oklahomaen "paper and they have a prayer every day and today was ending jealousy and using love instead. that was great. thank you, everybody. that was fun. see you tomorrow. >> bob: happy valentine's day. >> bret: this was supposed to be leon panetta's last day as the pentagon chief, but after a rocky confirmation hearing, senators' demands for other answers the replacement has been temporarily blocked. this is "special report." ♪ ♪ >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. bags are packed. ready to head out of town but leon panetta isn't riding nauf the sunset of california retirement yet. senate republicans are blocking a vote on panetta's embattled replacement over among other things questions about the libya terror attack last september. mike emanuel on what is holding up chuck hagel. >> they successfully del
. some of the world's cleanest gas turbines are now powering some of america's biggest cities. siemens. answers. >> bret: president obama laid out ambitious agenda on energy efficiency and climb change and education in the "state of the union" tuesday. how much of that has any realistic chance of being adopted? chief white house correspondent ed henry takes a look. >> day two of president obama hitting the road to sell an agenda he thinks has a good shot of passing congress and turning around the economy. >> on tuesday i delivered my "state of the union" address and i laid out a plan for reignating what i believe is the true engine of america economic growth. a thriving, growing rising middle class. >> reality check from speaker john boehner who is declaring it's largely dead on arrival. >> notably it lacked any new ideas. he hoped to millions of americans asking question: where are the jobs? >> he taking aim to boost the minimum wage from $7.25 to $9. which the white house is framing as boon to middle class. >> an idea that governor romney and i agreed on last year. tie minimum wage t
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